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Manual Backlinking Question

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by ferma231, Jun 15, 2012.

  1. ferma231

    ferma231 Elite Member

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    Hello

    I want to do whitehat backlinking , i have made table with 10 different backlinks, and i have some questions about , maybe i will share my table and graphics what i have made. if my strategy works good enough


    So where can i find High PR websites to post my article and website link to get .Gov & .Edu, Wiki backliks ?

    Of my article is on different language, will article directories accept it ?

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  2. BRAIN_PAIN

    BRAIN_PAIN Junior Member

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    Most article directories accept articles only in english. If you want to submit articles on another language, you should find article dirs that are based on the same language as your article.

    For high PR sites you can search in google for "high pr web 2.0 list" and you will find plenty. Then it is just hard work and patience :)
     
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  3. ferma231

    ferma231 Elite Member

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    Maybe Auto Approve article directories would work too , but it would be hard to find High PR AA article directory.

    Web 2.0 willl be easy, im just thinking about how to get Edu, gov and wiki links. I would use this for english language sites.
     
  4. SirKonstantine

    SirKonstantine Junior Member

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    those are easy to fine. You just have to find the right footprints.

    For example "inurl:.edu "post a comment"" would search for sites with .edu in the domain name and "post a comment" on the page.

    That isn't a really good footprint, but its an example.